Moral standing of Heart from the view of the Koran
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We understand from previous discussions that the moral value of any act depends on two factors: 1) Qualification of the act and 2) Intention and motivation of the doer where the former is the structure and the latter is the spirit of the moral act. A work is moral which is good per se and is done via a good intention. The intention, in addition to be the spirit of any moral act is an inward act by itself which is done within the human heart. Intention and motivation is concerned with heart and thus, it is necessary to examine heart and issues related to it.
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